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  • Actor’s Toolbox

    In this introductory acting class we will experiment with games, improv, voice, and movement to learn basic acting skills and build confidence, all while having fun. Each class begins with warm-up games followed by acting exercises—ranging from silly to serious—that build focus, confidence, and communication skills.
  • All About Robotics

    Understanding how computer programs work is a key skill for the STEM jobs of tomorrow. In this class we provide fun, hands-on instruction on what it means to write, debug, and execute computer programs. We will start low-tech, creating and running “human programs,” and then explore more complex programming using two versatile learning platforms: Sphero SPRK+ robots and Unruly Splats. Spheros will become our Magic 8 Balls, automated Red Light / Green Light games, and Harry Potter Magic Wands, and Splats will become voting machines, relay races, and musical instruments, and more, all using the power of code!
  • Circuit Makers 101

    Let’s get creative with electricity! In this junior version of our Hands-On Electronics course, you will create your own electronics: light-up greeting cards, electric games, mazes, and even musical instruments. Each class consists of a circuitry lesson and a hands-on electronics project using components like lights, buzzers, switches, motors, and sensors that you can take home..
  • Crazy for Crafting

    Explore a seemingly endless supply of fun materials in this “craft-tacular” week! We'll use yarn, natural sticks, beads, felt to make a variety of projects including: papier-mâché bowls, colorful mosaics, salt dough sculpting, hand sewn felt ice cream cones and more. Expand your crafting skills and experiment with unusual materials while enjoying some time off from school.
  • Expert Architects

    The sky's the limit in Expert Architects! In this math, writing and presentation class, serve as president of a new architectural firm tasked with designing and building the city’s next skyscraper. Study a kid-friendly history of skyscrapers and create a blueprint of your own stylized tall building. We will weigh other considerations including the environment, traffic and surrounding buildings using Google Earth to find the perfect location for our project. As an expert architect, create a three-dimensional model of the structure to present to your classmates.
  • LARP: Heroes Academy

    Please note: This is a full day program 9:00 am - 3:30 pm LARP Adventure Program is a combination of theater, martial arts, and costume/prop/stage design. We combine these arts with critical thinking, creative problem solving, and community leadership skills. Throughout the week, students will learn how to play but also how to design and run games for their peers. Our instructors will work with students to do hands-on creative activities and explore everything from game systems to character development to prop / costume building. The following are some of the topics we may cover during the week. Campers’ interests and experience level will help determine how much time is spent on each topic. Character Creation: Make original heroes to play LARP, discover your own personal legend DIY Projects: Build your own LARP gear, learn to think creatively and make solutions. Martial Arts for Self Confidence and Self Control: How to play the game with respect for oneself and for others. How to Play LARP: Learn the game rules and how to use your character abilities. Understand gameplay and mechanics. Event Prep and Playing your Character: Time to celebrate all your hard work and apply the skills you have learned! For more information about our curriculum please visit our website: https://www.larpadventureprogram.com/curriculum
  • LEGO Engineering: Winter Wonderland

    Bundle up, we’re creating a spectacular Winter Wonderland! Apply concepts in engineering and architecture to brave the challenges of winter weather. In the K-2 class we'll build bobsleds, design snowmobiles, and take a ride on the Polar Express. In the grades 3-5 class we'll design and build motorized contraptions such as snowplows, gondolas, and a snowball launcher Explore your snowiest ideas and learn STEM concepts with tens of thousands of LEGO® pieces at your mitten-tips and the guidance of an experienced instructor.
  • Learn to Draw

    Learn to draw animals, vehicles, plants, ocean creatures, and more, using a combination of basic shapes. Pick your favorites and combine them to make a scene that you will color with a variety of media. Each day we will focus on a different theme, and build on our drawing knowledge to make more elaborate pictures. There’s no right or wrong in this class—drawing is all about having fun! Please note: To minimize item sharing, all students should bring basic pencil box/art supplies: -pencils, eraser, glue stick, scissors, markers, colored pencils or crayons
  • Metrocraft

    Learn math, economics, civics, geometry, and how democracy works as we join together online to create a city within a virtual Minecraft world. Through this engaging, problem-solving class, design your own house and business as we learn about budgeting, profit and loss, and supply and demand. As we serve on a city council, study how laws are made and work together to create and vote on a city constitution. Work in committees to make key decisions and design buildings for their city. We will use mathematics and geometry to construct a working urban environment. STEM skills have never been so fun!
  • Nathan's Ninjas

    Known for its fun games and teamwork-oriented environment, Nathan’s Ninjas is a mix of traditional Kempo Karate with elements of sport karate, tumbling, and grappling. This class will give you a true self-defense perspective, all while having fun and building confidence.
  • Vegetable Circus

    Get ready to join the circus! Learn a variety of age-appropriate circus skills while preparing for a performance for SummerFun! friends. We’ll exercise a variety of fine motor skills through balancing arts, basic juggling, and spinning objects, plus we’ll incorporate gross motor skills such as “vegetable stretches,” tai chi, yoga, and dance. Throughout the week we’ll connect circus arts to the themes of healthy eating, healthy moving, and healthy hydration.